The Stars struck a moral victory over the Western Storm in a dress rehearsal for their 2018 Women’s Cricket Super League semi-final rematch in Brighton on Monday, 27 August, writes ANITHA MADIKIZELA.
Cricket South Africa has announced three new caps to the Proteas Women’s squad to tour the West Indies in September and October.
Lizelle Lee aims to be more than just a ‘big-hitter’ and gives credit to Laura Wolvaardt for improving her game.
Proteas Women coach Hilton Moreeng says his side flattered to deceive during their England tour against the hosts and New Zealand.
The Proteas Women must have faith in their abilities, back themselves to beat England and create a bit of history, says Marizanne Kapp.
The Proteas Women put in an exquisite bowling performance to reduce England to 189-9 in the first ODI in Worcester.
North West Women captain Tazmin Brits made her debut for the Proteas Women in the recent T20Is series against the Bangladesh Women.
Three players introduced during the Bangladesh series have been included in the Proteas Women’s squad which will play England in the ICC championship in June.
Dané van Niekerk compliments her side’s performance after claiming a double-series whitewash against Bangladesh and looks ahead to their next challenge against England.
The Proteas Women sealed a whitewash series victory as they beat Bangladesh by 23 runs in a rain-affected nine-over clash in Bloemfontein.
Sune Luus and Dané van Niekerk both scored half-centuries as the Proteas Women defended a 170-run target to claim a 32-run win against Bangladesh to go 2-0 up in their three-match T20I series.
The Proteas Women defended a total of 127-6 thanks to a Shabnim Ismail three-for which helped claim a 17-run win against Bangladesh in the first T20 in Kimberley.
Ayabonga Khaka became the fourth Proteas Women bowler in the top 10 ICC rankings after her dominant performance against Bangladesh.
A Laura Wolvaardt half-century helped the Proteas Women to a six-wicket victory over Bangladesh Women in Bloemfontein to complete a dominant 5-0 whitewash.
A collective bowling display from the Proteas Women toppled Bangladesh for 76 runs, after posting 230-7 thanks to half-centuries from Lizelle Lee and Chloe Tryon.